Plasma displays suffer terrible burns if the area of the screen is left unchanged for a long period of time. The patterns in those areas will be seen when new images are displayed. For TV inputs, channel logos are usually burned on the screen. For digital signage systems, the problem can be even more severe where words can be read months after they are displayed.
Step 1. Connect the plasma display to the computer
Step 2. Increase the screen resolution to the maximum that the screen can support
Step 3. Increase the brightness and contrast levels to the maximum
Step 4. Launch JScreenFix
Step 5. Let JScreenFix run for 6 hours and observe the results
Step 6. Repeat if necessary
- Make sure the plasma screen is clean to see the burns well.
- Many people say that this technique works, but these instructions do not work for all cases.
- Although no adverse effects have been reported when using JScreenFix, apart from the inherent consequences of reduced contrast, color, brightness and lifespan, it is recommended that the screen be looked at from time to time and JScreenFix is turned off when the burn has occurred. missing.
- As with any phosphor-based display, decreasing phosphor efficiency is IRREVERSIBLE! All phosphors on a screen gradually lose their efficiency (light emission) with use. Burns are the result of more pronounced use than average use of a given portion of the screen. The techniques below use the entire TV reducing the burn efficiency level. This reduces the contrast, color gamut and life of the screen.